This cardboard packet includes 32 strips of magic. Laundry will never be the same again. 1 strip will do 1 load of washing.
- Dissolvable in hot & cold washes
- Hypoallergenic & chlorine bleach free
- Ideal for sensitive skin
- Specifically designed for babies & young children
- On average will do 32 washes
The strips themselves will dissolve in your (hot and cold) load, making them completely zero-waste and the future of washing your clothes. Not only do they really work but they are vegan, hypoallergenic, paraben-free, phosphate-free, chlorine bleach free and free from added dyes. They can also be used for hand-washing.
To use, just detach a strip, pop it into the drum of your washing machine and then add your clothes. If you're doing a small load you can just use half a strip. If the clothes are soiled you can use two strips. They are ideal for sensitive skin too!
Vegetable Glycerin: plant-derived softener
Starch: plant-derived biodegradability booster
PVA: biodegradable supporting matrix Potassium
Sorbate: Food grade preservative
Light Mineral Oil: Used in manufacturing as a processing aid. (not an active product ingredient)
Cocamido propyl betaine: coconut oil based, biodegradable amphoteric surfactant (cleaning agent) and foam booster
Sodium Gluconate: plant-derived and food-grade, biodegradable water softener that prevents soil from resettling on fabric after it has been removed during washing
Lauryl dimethyl amine oxide: plant-derived, biodegradable non-ionic surfactant (cleaning agent) and foam stabiliser
Sulfonic acids, C14-16-alkane hydroxy and C14-16-alkene, sodium salts: biodegradable surfactant (cleaning agent)
Glycereth cocoate: plant derived and food grade, biodegradable water softener
Caprylyl Glucoside, Octyl Glucoside: non-ionic surfactants (cleaning agents)
Fragrance oil blend (not used in Fragrance Free): natural essential oils and synthetic ingredients Residual Water
Founded by Ryan, Brad & Kevin in British Columbia, Tru Earth came about as an eco-friendly solution to having a cupboard full of plastic bottles. Watching YouTube videos with their kids of other kids unwrapping toys and presents in mountains of plastic, made them realise that something had to give. A genius idea like these laundry strips was born, and the rest, like they say, is history.